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Spectra Storage Trends for 2014
 

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In this slidecast, Molly Rector from Spectra Logic reviews her Top 10 Data Storage Trend Predictions for 2014. ...

In this slidecast, Molly Rector from Spectra Logic reviews her Top 10 Data Storage Trend Predictions for 2014.

"Organizations will begin to recognize the benefits of Object Storage more easily as enterprise applications increasingly create support for Object and RESTful interfaces to storage."

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    Spectra Storage Trends for 2014 Spectra Storage Trends for 2014 Presentation Transcript

    • Rich Report Podcast 2014 Data Storage Trend Predictions Molly Rector Chief Marketing Officer Spectra Logic
    • 2014 Data Storage Trend Predictions 6. Online data repositories will grow to sizes that were once inconceivable. Once reserved for federal government and supercomputing environments, online data repositories of multiple petabytes, and even exabytes, are starting to become commonplace in the enterprise. 7. Organizations will begin to recognize the benefits of Object Storage more easily as enterprise applications increasingly create support for Object and RESTful interfaces to storage. 8. A shift will begin toward an increase in adoption of the high capacity, enterprise tape drive technology such as the TS1140 and T10K, to be adopted in the broad set of markets dealing with the need for high capacity, long term data storage. 9. The use of Linear Tape File Systems (LTFS) will become more prevalent as it increases tape’s simplicity and ease of use. 10. The total capacity of new shipments of tape storage technologies will continue to grow due to broad adoption of tape storage medium in new areas, such as active file archive, low-cost NAS storage, and as a deep archive offered by cloud providers, in addition to traditional uses in backup, disaster recovery and compliance.
    • 2014 Data Storage Trend Predictions 1. The need for a new tier of storage – deep storage – will become widely recognized outside the cloud storage market, rising in demand and usage in the enterprise. 2. RESTful interfaces will begin to gain more widespread interest and acceptance as a simpler, more scalable storage interface that overcomes the limitations of file systems for storage of extremely large data sets. 3. The DS3 interface (which leverages RESTful protocols) will expand beyond early adoption and begin to be recognized as the best interface option for object storage in data-intensive organizations. 4. Hadoop usage will increase dramatically in production usage in the enterprise. 5. Large scale Hadoop deployments will begin looking for best practices to optimize the cluster for performance and data storage efficiency.